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Max Palevsky died in Los Angeles Wednesday in his sleep following a heart attack. He was 85.
Producer, philanthropist and computer technology pioneer Max Palevsky, who contributed to the refurbishment of the American Cinematheque's Aero Theater, died early Wednesday in his sleep following a…
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